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Monday, December 05, 2005

More chicks have hatched!





As you can see, I haven't really been getting much done, other than taking care of all these chickens. And I see by the pictures, that one has escaped. But you know, they all sort of look alike - enough to be cousins, anyway! LOL!

Anyway, I've decorated the top of the Displayaway for my Christmas quilt to be hung as soon as hubby returns from errands. I've vacuumed the floor and picked up most of the doo dads that would entice a one year old who is coming to stay for dinner with his grandparents this evening. I've gotten half of the garland on the staircase, but I can't seem to make myself do anymore right now. So I thought I would gather all my chicks and post them for you to see. And no, I haven't forgotten those of you who want the pattern. I am still working on how to describe one section of the directions, and then it will be off to you1

One of them was given away on Sunday to one of my stitch buddies. It was sitting on top of 300 cut 5" neutral squares for a nickel quilt - and all of this was in a big green bulbous jar that sort of looks like a terrarium from the 60's. The only rule our stitch group has for Christmas exchange is that it must be a container of sorts. In the 10 years that we have been exchanging gifts, there has never been a duplicate! We've received everything from baskets, and boxes, and pitchers, and piggy banks, and wire cages and storage totes on wheels. It's always so much fun to see how creative we can be.

4 comments:

Tonya R said...

These are so great and your stitch buddy was a lucky gal (or guy, shouldn't assume). Do you have to put these away when they're not in use? I'd think the cats would go nuts playing and try to eat pins as well as the fringe.

Dawn said...

I still love the feathers! These are too cute!

Oh while I was searching for xmas quilt pics the other day I found an old picture of chicken pin cushions I made for gifts. I'll post them - go check them out!

Darcie said...

Sharon, your chicks are just too adorable!

Your exchange with your quilt friends sounds terrific. I love the container rule.

JudyL said...

I love those chickens!

Judy L.